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Open Source Discovery

The Open Source Discovery is an interest group focused on Open Source software applications to enhance "discovery" for library resources.

This group was initially formed from the Source Discovery Portal Camp conference held in Philadelphia on November 6, 2008. You can read the notes from the conference

Sub Groups

  • Integrating and Contributing to Jangle
  • Importing Non-catalog content
  • Integrating and Contributing to SolrMARC
  • Implementing Authority Control
    • Daniel Lovins
  • Dedupping / FRBR
  • Better Serials Holdings
  • Implementing and Managing Federated Search and Article Content
  • Documenting Back-End Architectures
  • Planning an approach to kernelizing the projects
  • Interest Group Organization and Planning
    • Daniel Lovins